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The main goal of MaX is to allow the pre-exascale and exascale computers expected in Europe in the 2020s to meet the demands of a large and growing base of researchers committed to materials discovery and design. This goal will be achieved through:

  • an innovative software development model, based on the concept of separation of concerns, that will enable...

This project aims to establish a Center of Excellence to prepare flagship codes and enable services for Exascale supercomputing in the area of Solid Earth (SE). ChEESE will harness European institutions in charge of operational monitoring networks, tier-0 supercomputing centers, academia, hardware developers and third-parties from SMEs, Industry and public-governance.

Computers increasingly intervene in critical aspects of our life related to health, safety, and security, resulting in (critical) software controlling functionalities or services with humans in the loop. This trend towards critical-function digitization brings huge benefits for society and rests two pillars: the use of high-performance parallel hardware as the only viable option to cover the...

The current HPC facilities will need to grow by an order of magnitude in the next few years to reach the Exascale range. The dedicated middleware needed to manage the enormous complexity of future HPC centers, where deep heterogeneity isneeded to handle the wide variety of applications within reasonable power budgets, will be one of the most critical aspects in the evolution...

The biggest challenge in understanding the brain is being able to understand how its different levels of organisation relate to each other,hierarchically, spatially and temporally. This means identifying how genetic, molecular and cellular principles of organisation are translated intobrain activity, cognition and behaviour. It also involves deciphering how behaviour, disease...

The European Processor Initiative (EPI) will mobilise the continent's High Performance Computing (HPC) ecosystem to develop new low-power processors for HPC and embedded systems. The aim is to use the results in the world-class exascale platforms that the EU is planning for 2022 and 2023.

EPI will follow a co-design approach through a partnership...

Heterogeneous Memory Systems; Profiling; Runtime Systems; Programming Models Supercomputers are a key tool for professionals from many disciplines to address society challenges, enabling them to perform, e.g., climate change simulations or genome analysis. EC's HPC Strategy, implemented in H2020, devises the need to bring Europe's high-performance computing technology to the...

Big data applications processing extreme amounts of complex data are nowadays being integrated with even morechallenging requirements such as the need of continuously processing vast amount of information in real-time.Current data analytics systems are usually designed following two conflicting priorities to provide:

(i) a quick and reactiveresponse...

The Mont-Blanc 2020 (MB2020) project seeks to initiate the development of a future low-power European processor for Exascale. MB2020 lays the foundation for a European consortium that aims to deliver a processor with great energy efficiency for HPC and server workloads. A first generation product is scheduled in the 2020 time frame.Our target is to reach exascale-level power...

To achieve the demands of extreme scale and the delivery of exascale, we embrace the computing platform as a whole, not just component optimization or fault resilience. EuroEXA brings a holistic foundation from multiple European HPC projects and partners together with the industrial SME focus of MAX for FPGA data-flow; ICE for infrastructure; ALLIN for HPC tooling and ZPT to...

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